Pure Trance's has again been a rolling boulder of momentum over the last 12 months, with
evermore DJs heeding the call of the PURE! The press have been kind.... MIXMAG magazine
called the first compilation "highly impressive" and its second "a huge step up again". Last
month, in a key feature, DJ Mag UK cited Pure Trance as a major catalyser in "trance staging a
The fans have been kinder yet, flocking to Pure Trance events at WMC in Miami, ADE in
Amsterdam, Ibiza and dozens of other electronic music metropolises around the globe. Now, in
its third year, the evermore-established origin-trance series marshalsâ€“up for its regular end-of-
Oct release spot. Following co-mix tenures by Orkidea, and last year Giuseppe Ottaviani, in
2014 it's younger-gun Bryan Kearney who joins Solarstone at the controls.
In the search of the P.T. chosen, they've forensically slid 1000s of tracks under the Pure microscope, finally identifying 37 of the most exclusive uncorrupted and virtuous trance tracks out there. Big name productions passing the clarity check include music from the desks of Aly & Fila, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Thrillseekers, Sied van Riel, John O'Callaghan, Arctic Moon and Ferry Tayle, as well as much from Solarstone & Bryan themselves. As is Pure Trance covenant, the album is as much about the 'future-perfect' producers as it is 'present day' legends.
An origin-trance dedicate, over the last three years Bryan Kearney's DJing, together with his
Kearnage imprint have propelled him to the forefront of the scene.
Brilliantly distilling the subgenre to absolute purification, his mixes play trancers from neophytes like The Noble Six, Chris Metcalfe, Alex Di Stefano and Will Atkinson off against those of more seasoned operators. The mix's midsection it heavy with known-names, as John O'Callghan's 'The Saw', Aly & Fila vs. Sneijder's 'Full Throttle' (and 'Nubia' with Ferry Tayle) and Arctic Moon's 'Revolution' all come under his laser. Its climax brings Adam Ellis' remix of Fred Baker's roots return tune 'Rebirth' and Bryan's own, just-finished mix of the title track from US alt-rock vocalist Plumb's 'Need You Now'